Several of our scholars volunteered to decorate a Walker College Foundation tree for the Festival of Lights celebration in downtown Jasper. The tree was purchased and donation by Jasper Decorating and was decorated in traditional Walker College blue and white colors. Many of the ornaments are hand decorated by the students and the blue lights used in the tree are very visible at night. Thank you to these students for making our community beautiful and for supporting Hope for Women!
Our scholars have really stepped up their community service efforts this year and participated in several local fundraising activities during the holiday season. One of their projects included taking a day of bell ringing for the Salvation Army. They each took one hour time slots and represented the Salvation Army outside Son's Supermarket. Way to go scholars! WCF Scholars Emily Colburn and Landi Earnest are shown in the photo.
WCF has partnered with Capstone Rural Health for two consecutive years to make sure children in Walker County have a special Christmas. This year WCF scholars, Bevill State Community College’s Phi Theta Kappa and a BSCC-Jasper staff group donated many toys — and even a bicycle — for Capstone to distribute to families in need the most this holiday.
At the age of seven, Diego Pascual began a new life in the U.S. He had to learn English, adjust to a new culture, and begin school in a new place. Today, Diego begins his third year in college as a transfer student at the University of Alabama at Birmingham studying biomedical sciences.
Jonathan Sargent, recipient of the Larry Drummond Scholarship, was selected as a member of the 2017 National Coca-Cola Community College Silver Academic Team and the 2017 All-Alabama Community College Academic Team.
Several of our scholars volunteered to decorate a Walker College Foundation tree for the Festival of Lights celebration in downtown Jasper. The tree was purchased and donation by Son's Supermarket and was decorated in traditional Walker College blue and white colors. Many of the ornaments are hand decorated by the students and the blue lights used in the tree are very visible at night. Thank you to these students and Son's Supermarket!
We are so proud of our 2015-16 Scholars' Society for choosing the Salvation Army as their community service project for the Fall semester. The students collected toys for the Christmas Toy Drop and took them by the Salvation Army after their last lunch meeting. SA Director Stephanie Holcomb gave the students a tour of the facility and talked to them about the importance of the Salvation Army and the support it provides to our community.
The Walker College Foundation is collecting historical photos, news articles and memorabilia from the former Walker College to create a historical library and book. If you have items you would like to contribute, please contact us to be a part of this exciting commemoration.